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Please help us plan our 5 year anniversary trip!

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My husband and I are in our 30's and are looking to make another trip to Europe to celebrate 5 wonderful years together! I have had great feedback on this site and are hoping for LOTS of help in planning this trip. We recently went to Italy and visited Rome, Florence, Ravello, and Capri. We loved this vacation as it had plenty to see, but also allowed for down time in the sun. We are a couple that truly enjoys spending time together when we have the opportunity to. We have busy schedules so we do not get a lot of just "us" time. I guess you could say we are looking for sightseeing and romance along with some relaxation. We love food & wine, quaint cobblestone streets to stroll around, outside cafes to people watch, We both love history which is why we want to see as much of Europe as we can. We don't mind having some busy days just as long as a few days we can relax a bit. We both love art & gardens, however we would much rather walk outside than inside a museum. We will probably have anywhere between 8-10 days. (i know, not a lot) Schedules are busy! I wanted to give a list of cities we are interested in visiting at some point in different areas. I am hoping I can get some feedback on what would be a good trip for this time (8-10 days).

Prague
Munich
Salzburg
Lucerne

Northern Italy-Venice, the Lakes, Cinque Terre

Amsterdam
Brussels
Bruges
Ghent

Paris
Provence
Cote d' Azur


All these places are on our bucket list. What do you all think would be a great 8-10 day trip? Would love some advice, opinions, possible itineraries, etc.... Thanks so much!!!

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